There are many factors involved in the proper removal of satellite dishes and antennas of any size in Hawaii. Do-it-yourself folks are better off leaving this to a professional service, although upon first glance it may appear simple. The process involves several steps.
After the physical removal of the dish and it’s supporting brackets, there are inevitably minor repairs to the house. Holes need to be patched with a clear silicone caulk. The structure needs to be confirmed as weather resistant and waterproof. Cables need to be cut and cleared from the dish connection to the other side, wherever they end. Again, any resulting damage to the house needs to be repaired. It is likely for appearance, painting of damaged areas will be necessary to match the existing colors.
Old Satellite Dish Receivers don’t have much value, if any. Like most things technology related, they are quickly outdated from the first moment they are installed. The used equipment serves no purpose to the The satellite TV providers, hence no incentive to retrieve from you.. It costs them more to come to your house, pay for labor and disposal than to make a new one and install it.
Satellite dish receivers contain lead and other toxic chemicals and therefore disposal in landfills is not permitted. Say No To Dish includes the cost of the local recycling fee. You will be content in the knowledge that you bare helping the environment.